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A’ja Wilson, Jewell Loyd, Ariel Atkins, Napheesa Collier, Skylar Diggins-Smith and Chelsea Gray are first-time Olympians.

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Why Liz Cambage spoke out against Jockey, AOC photos

Frustrated by a Jockey advertisement and Australian Olympic Team promotional materials that primarily feature white athletes, Liz Cambage has threatened to boycott the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games. Her insistence on the equitable representation of athletes of color and Indigenous athletes is consistent with her past comments on matters of identity.

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What’s next for Team USA?

This past weekend, members of the US Women’s National Basketball Team participated in a four-day mini-camp, possibly their only training camp opportunity before this summer’s 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. What might the team that takes on the world in Tokyo look like?

WATCH: 4 Team USA women’s hoops Olympic gold medal wins

You asked. The Basketball Gods answered. Four Olympic gold medal-winning games for USA Basketball Women’s National Team on NBC Sports Network beginning at 7 p.m. ET tonight (Thursday, April 23).

Expanded training program positions women’s basketball players of Team USA to be viewed as the icons they are

Adopting a plan developed by Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi, USA Basketball will pay players to train in the lead up to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games at which the team will seek its seventh-straight gold medal. Will publicity efforts and corporate support also be expanded?

No more international play for Whalen

Lindsay Whalen makes "very tough decision" to part ways with USA Basketball.

Overcoming the odds

Dawn Staley is a fighter, someone that’s always been determined to do great things — and today, she reached her "utopia."

Reports: Dawn Staley will be named Team USA head coach

According to multiple reports, South Carolina’s Dawn Staley will named Team USA head coach tomorrow.

EDD readjusting to Chicago’s schemes

Elena Delle Donne is a little tired from her trip in Rio but ready to continue leading the Chicago Sky in the second half of the WNBA season.

Champions of the world!

Sue Bird, Tamika Catchings, and Diana Taurasi are a combination truly special for the women’s basketball game.

USA Basketball Remains Golden

The script may be unbelievable, but for USA Basketball a 6th consecutive gold medal is now a reality.

Mission complete

Could Team USA make history again? Yes, in a very dominating way.

Did the US panic in their close game with France?

The National team found themselves in unfamiliar territory at intermission verse France: only up by a mere four-points and a tough battle still ahead.

Griner comfortable in her own skin

Wherever she goes, Brittney Griner stands out and she has no problem with that as she embraces the adversity around her and keeps being herself.

USA smothers France in 3rd

France held their own against the US, but in the third they fell apart and couldn’t make up for the damage already done.

USA 1 win shy of completing mission

Team USA had one of their closest games in the semis when they took on France. Now they are one win from bring home another Gold medal.

Team USA handles France

Team USA had a battle with France in their semifinals game. They showed they can handle anything thrown at them during the game.

Slight bump in the road for Bird

Sue Bird suffered a knee injury last night in Team USA’s win over Japan.

Mamba is balling!

Diana Taurasi has been playing on a mission and has been a consistent force for Team USA.

Power of US never-ending

The USA will advance to the semifinals after taking down a fierce Japan team that gave their all but could not top the strong force of the United States.

US advances to semifinals

The National Team was able to pull away from Japan in the third quarter, however the final score does not show how tough Japan played the US.

US ready for Japan

After going undefeated in group play, the National Team is ready to take on Japan in the quarter finals.

Griner establishes herself vs. China

Brittney Griner is one of the new faces for the Olympic team, and against China, she made sure they would not forget playing her.

Team USA clicking on all cylinders

The Women’s national team is like no other in the Rio Olympics — they get each other like they’ve been playing together for years.

US goes undefeated in group play

Team USA hit the 100 point mark in another preliminary game taking first in group B.

Moore always pushing for changes

On the court and off the court, Maya Moore looks to be a positive change for others to see and be impacted by.

Delle Donne finds herself, perspective

Elena Delle Donne stepped away from basketball, and she has rebounded back, becoming a superstar — and one of the best players in the world.

Moore galvanizes Team USA

Like she always does, Maya Moore came through for Team USA after a stagnant start against Canada.

US holds off Canada

The United States found themselves in an early battle with Canada as both teams entered the game without a blemish to their record at this point.

USA prepares for Canada

Team USA is focused and ready for Canada and nobody pushes them more then the 12 players on the team.

Taurasi is locked in!

Diana Taurasi is hungry for her third gold medal, as she continues to have a stellar Olympic Games.

All they do is win!

How appreciative is a win when America keeps blowing out teams? Still great to see.

Despite turnovers, US takes care of business

Team USA struggled to take care of the ball against Serbia, however were still able to pull away.

Guess what the NBA players said about the WNBA players?

Did you hear what was said about the stars in the WNBA by the NBA players?

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